The EU and US announce plans for what could be "the biggest bilateral trade deal in history", aimed at boosting exports and driving growth.
Governments worldwide should clamp down on tax evasion by automatically sharing tax information, a report to the G8 by the OECD says.
Two companies which appear in BBC Three documentary The Call Centre are fined by the regulators in connection with nuisance calls.
Thousands of people march through Brazil's largest city, Sao Paulo, over rising public transport prices and the cost of staging the 2014 World Cup.
China, the world's biggest carbon emitter, is to launch its first carbon trading scheme as a pilot project in Shenzhen.
Indonesia's parliament paves the way for a rise in petrol and diesel prices after months of debate and political haggling.
Sharp puts a record-sized TV on sale in Europe, but its 1080p resolution means owners will need a relatively large room to be able to watch it.
The Co-operative Bank has secured a deal with regulators to tackle a £1.5bn hole in its balance sheet, which will turn bonds into shares.
UK household finances are improving, a survey suggests, although most people still believe their financial circumstances are deteriorating.
Apple publishes details about data requests from US officials following revelations about the Prism surveillance programme.
Airbus secures almost £12bn of new orders on day one of the Paris air show, more than three times those of rival Boeing.
Google has announced a plan to do more to tackle online images depicting the sexual abuse of children.
Credit unions should be allowed to charge more and take bigger deposits, according to a think tank.
A price promise offered by P&O cruises for those who book their cabins a long way in advance is criticised by some passengers.
Post Office workers will go on two more one-day strikes before the end of June, in an ongoing dispute over closures, job security and pay.
Two major union federations in Turkey call a one-day strike to protest against the police crackdown on anti-government demonstrations, following the clearing of Gezi Park on Saturday.
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is holding crisis talks with coalition allies over his decision to shut down national broadcaster ERT.
Action set to be taken at the G8 summit "will lead to a fairer tax system" and prevent companies avoiding paying their fair share, David Cameron says.
The BBC’s Jill Martin visits a former nun and a beer nut in the US state of Georgia to discover why passion is seen as the vital ingredient in brewing a successful US small business.
Before the financial crisis, Jean-Christophe Menz could just walk into a bank and ask for money - not any more.
There are an increasing number of subscription sample box companies, but Birchbox, the firm widely credited with starting the trend, says it is not one of them.
The Scottish Premier League imposes a registration embargo on Hearts after they fail to pay some players on time.
Coventry City administrator Paul Appleton announces that four bids have been made for the League One club.
Nigeria will play in the Confederations Cup in Brazil after a dispute about bonus payments is settled.
China is launching a new carbon trading scheme in the country's southern city of Shenzhen.
Singapore's oil refineries are getting new technology to help safeguard their future.
The Chinese telecoms giant, Huawei, is heating up the already highly competitive global smartphone industry with a product launch in London.
The Co-operative Bank has unveiled a rescue plan to tackle the £1.5bn hole in its balance sheet.
The biggest aerospace event of the year takes off in Paris this week with the two sectors that make up the industry in different moods.
The president of Boeing International, Shep Hill says the new 787 Dreamliner is a "leap forward in innovation" despite problems with the batteries which kept the aircraft grounded for three months.